Viene una camarera

Ava Dawn

Ava Dawn

I am reviewing the lessons for module four. There was a discussion about word order in this forum not too long ago. Viene una camarera para tomar mi orden. A waitress comes to take my order. Is it correct to say Una camarera viene para tomar mi orden. Would a local Spanish speaker do the first sentence or the second one or does it matter?
Ava Dawn

Ava Dawn

Here's another question. Nos especializamos en tours. Why not nosotros especializamos en tours. Nosotros is a subject pronoun right? What is nos in this sentence? Is this like yo and me or tu and te?
ricardo-rich

ricardo-rich

Hola Aurora, The verb is reflexive, especializarse. If you have The Big Redbook, you can check the conjugation there, or on the web. Saludos, Ricardo
Robert-C7

Robert-C7

Regarding the first post, I think either form is correct. Which form you use probably depends on your emphasis. Your second sentence seems more natural. The first sentences sounds like we are saying "here comes a waitress to take my order".
ricardo-rich

ricardo-rich

Hola a todos, Robert is right, both are correct. Here's a link about word order. http://spanish.about.com/od/sentencestructure/a/sentenceorder.htm Saludos, Ricardo
Darius-R1

Darius-R1

Yes both are correct but the second one is a bit more natural when speaking but you would be understood either way

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